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How to Work Aggression Cases A-Z/2-21

February 21, 2017 @ 8:00 pm

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“How to Work Aggression Cases A-Z” gives you a detailed step-by-step manual for working an aggression case from start to finish.

In this course, you will receive a 5-part recorded Video Series that will show you the steps you need to successfully work an aggression case from the moment a client contacts you to the moment the case reaches its final outcome.


In addition to the Videos, DTC is offering to a limited number of dog trainers, 5 weekly online live coaching sessions with the creator of this system, Aggression Specialist, Michael Shikashio.
The videos together with the online coaching sessions will help you be more successful in working your own aggression cases

What do I get?
5 Recorded Videos (total of 2 hours)

The material included in these videos covers Michael’s “System” he uses while working his toughest aggression cases – from modifying the behavior of an extremely aggressive dog to working with difficult clients.

Part 1 will be available to you on February 15th
Part 2 on February 22nd
Part 3 on March 1st
Part 4 on March 8th
Part 5 on March 15th

6 Hours of Live Online Coaching

Coaching Dates/Times

Tuesday, February 21st, 8 PM – 9 PM
Tuesday, February 28th, 8 PM – 9 PM
Tuesday , March 7th, 8 PM – 9 PM
Tuesday, March 14th, 8 PM – 9 PM
Tuesday, March 21st, 7 PM – 9 PM (early start time & bonus hour)

*All sessions are Eastern Standard Time (New York, NY)*

**The coaching sessions will be recorded. You will have access to them and be able to download them within 24 hours after the Tuesday coaching session**

What to Expect in the Coaching and Q&A Sessions
The coaching sessions will be based on the topics and content you view in the current week’s video. (See Chart above for topics in Parts 1-5). You will get the most from the sessions if you watch the video before you meet online with Michael.

As one of a limited number of dog trainers participating in the hour long interactive sessions, Michael will share additional material and videos with you as he expands and enhances the information in that week’s video lesson.

And, if you have any questions about that week’s material, Michael will answer them and give you personalized practical information that will be invaluable to you in working your future aggression cases.

And as a bonus your last session will be two hours.

**The coaching sessions will be recorded. You will have access to them and be able to download them on each Wednesday following the Tuesday coaching session**

*The cost for all this is $199*

Sign up now and receive as an added bonus

• PDFs of all slides used in the videos that you can download to your computer
• Recorded version of coaching sessions
• Downloadable Chat/Q&A Log
• Invitation to a Private Facebook Group where Michael posts additional resources for trainers


Working Aggression Cases A to Z is clear, thorough, and well organized. This course will benefit experienced professionals as well as those new to aggression cases. I highly recommend this course.

Patricia Inman, MSW, CDBC, CPDT-KA
Lazybones Dog Training, Chepachet, Rhode Island

Thanks so much for the great course! It was priceless to see behavior cases from start to finish. Michael does a great job simplifying the process for more success for the dog and easier compliance for the humans.

Lorrie Francis, CPDT, KPA-CTP
Happy Dog Training, Long Island, New York

Thanks so much! I really loved the course, it was well worth doing. I think sometimes, that even if you know what you are doing, it’s so great to have reassurance, extra help, tips, experience shared and so on.

Lindsay Mann
Dogcentric, Dorset, Great Britain

How do I access the Recorded Videos and Online Coaching?
Once you sign up, you will receive detailed instructions on how to access and view the first Recorded Video (Part 1) and how to join Michael online for the coaching sessions. Then, once a week for the rest of the course, you will receive access to one Part a week until the course is finished. Recordings are available for 2 months after the last session of the course (May 22, 2017).

Coaching sessions are held weekly Tuesdays from 7 PM to 8 PM Eastern Standard Time (New York, NY) except for the fifth session on 3/21/17. It is 2 hours long and will start at 7 PM EST and end at 9 PM EST

We urge you to watch the weekly video before joining the online coaching session if you can. it’s not mandatory but it will help you get the most from Michael’s “System” of working aggression cases.

HOW TO WORK AGGRESSION CASES A-Z is the system that Michael Shikashio, world renowned aggression specialist and one of fewer than 200 Certified Dog Behavior Consultants, has used to successfully treat hundreds of aggression cases.

Using several of his past aggression cases, Michael will teach you what he does from start to finish. He will give you concise explanations of the science behind how he uses behavior modification to successfully rehabilitate the dogs in each case, as well as the practical application in each case.

***This amount of in-depth information has never been available in such a complete form for trainers.***


How many CEUs will be awarded?

11 CEUs Certified & Associate IAABC Members
11 CEUs for CTPs (Karen Pryor Academy)
8 CEUs for CPDTs (CCPDT) (Karen Pryor Academy)

Is my registration ticket transferrable?

Yes – up to 1 week prior to the start of the course.

Can I update my registration information?


Refund Policy – Full refund less $20 administrative fee up to February 11, 2017

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Michael Shikashio, CDBC, is the President of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC), and provides private consultations working with dog aggression cases through his business Complete Canines LLC. Michael is fully certified through the IAABC, is a full member of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT), and is a mentor trainer for Animal Behavior College. Michael also offers mentoring and training to other professionals. Michael is sought after for his expert opinion by numerous media outlets, including the New York Times, New York Post, Baltimore Sun, WebMD, Women’s Health Magazine, Real Simple Magazine, The Chronicle of the Dog, and Steve Dale’s Pet World. He is a featured speaker on the topic of canine aggression at conferences and seminars across the country, and he currently teaches courses through Dog Trainers Connection and the IAABC. Michael resides in Mystic, CT and enjoys coastal life with his wife, two boys, and three dogs.



February 21, 2017
8:00 pm